After her boyfriend cheats on her, Rachel Vaughn needs a fresh start. She finds it in a new apartment and despite having some seriously weird neighbours, she quickly settles into her new home. But soon after, strange things start happening. Small things start to go missing, she hears voices at night, and once… once… once Rachel swore she heard a growl.
Though her friend Polly fears Rachel may be losing her mind, it soon becomes clear that Rachel is being hunted by something… unexplainable. And she can’t help but think it has something to do with Luc, the handsome and mysterious guy who lives next door.
Eerie, thrilling, and romantic, The Psychic Next Door twists, turns, and tortures you until its heart-stopping climax.
Every inch of my body ached. The dull twinge of pain surged through me, starting from the centre of my chest then pushing outwards like a wave. It travelled with my pulse until it reached the tips of my fingers and toes, then it’d repeat. And every time I felt like I was drowning, being pulled under the waves as they washed over me again, and again, and again.
He stared out at me from the screen of my phone, that familiar smile plastered across his stupid face, his name—Rick—emblazoned above. He was trying to call me, again, but I wasn’t going to answer. There was no way I could, even if I wanted to… I froze whenever I saw his face. It physically hurt to look at him, even if it was just a picture.
My rational half reminded me that I was being melodramatic, and, to be honest, it was right… but love was not a rational thing. My heart was a completely separate entity from my head. Even though my rational self told me to get over it, my heart hurt, and there was nothing my head could say to change that.
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